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Old 03-20-2012, 01:18 PM   #16
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Very nice. Maybe you could help iriver rewrite the rest of their software.
Yes, wouldn't that be nice, maybe a wireless driver that actually supports the various authentication and password settings/options. I'm still working on testing connections to various hotspots and access points, so far now I've able to connect to three.
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Old 03-20-2012, 07:21 PM   #17
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You'll have to ask someone else for that. I think I'm done modding the Story HD for now.
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You'll have to ask someone else for that. I think I'm done modding the Story HD for now.
darn, i was hoping Tetris was just around the corner.
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Old 03-22-2012, 10:13 PM   #19
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I tried the web portal on the v1.28 SE version, and it appears to work nicely. Danke!

My personal opinions are as follows:
- Pros: Much much needed functionality! The device is now a lot more useful.

- Cons: Possibly breaking the unit. Also, it feels like the device is not really meant for browsing the web.
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Hi frostschutz,

I noticed you start httpd in the install script.

Is it possible to start telnetd or sshd or other daemon so you can log into the iriver?

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Is it possible to start telnetd or sshd or other daemon so you can log into the iriver?
Yes, the device does have a telnetd installed (part of busybox) and it works fine, albeit a bit slow (or it might just be bad wifi connectivity in my home). Just be aware that if you make a mistake on the shell, there currently is no known way to recover the device.
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Hi Frostshutz,

I understand the problems with bricking. Is there any way you can post something regarding how to get telnetd to work. I would like to look around the device - at my risk - to see what is there.

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See the OpeninkPot Wiki on the Story HD. It explains how to run commands on the device.


you can then start telnetd with telnetd -p SOMEPORT -l /bin/sh


then reboot, connect to wifi, then from any client telnet ip_of_the_reader (you have to figure that out) and you'll be on a root shell. it wont ask you for a password though so it is anything but secure - something to keep in mind when using public wifi
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Hi Frostschutz,

I did nto want to use the instructions at openinkpot because I am not sure how exact to do it.

I modified your hook_webkit and added the line:
telnetd -p 23 -l /bin/sh &

after:
httpd -h /mnt/MOVIEXT2/iriver -f -p 127.0.0.1:4219 > /dev/null 2> /dev/null &


However, after starting the browser, I cannot telnet into the SHD.

Am I doing something wrong?

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Old 04-28-2012, 04:36 AM   #25
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Try using a port number >1000
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Hi Frostschutz,

Thanks for the advice.

I tried the telnetd in hook_webkit and it did not let me connect:
telnetd -p 4319 -l /bin/sh &

Also, in the del_files.sh, I added the following to try to execute my own user.sh:

ln -s /mnt/MOVIFAT/cgi-bin/user.sh /mnt/MOVIEXT2/iriver/cgi-bin/user.sh

in an attempt to be eable to execute my own user.sh. But it always gives a URL not found when I link it to the WebPortal with:

<p><a style="text-decoration: none;" href="cgi-bin/user.sh">User</a></p>

I really like your way of updating the device instead of what is on the openinkpot which seems very prone to bricking.

Would you please give me some additional advice?

Thanks,
James

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I really like your way of updating the device instead of what is on the openinkpot which seems very prone to bricking.
Well if you ask me, modifying my mods to run commands for you, is more likely to brick your device than the script on sd card method described in the OpenInkpot wiki. The sd card you can always take out, whereas my mods go into the internal memory of the device. I use script on sd card myself for telnet.

Not sure why it doesn't work for you.

EDIT: Ah, I think it's because telnetd isn't symlinked to busybox. Try starting it as "busybox telnetd ..." instead of just "telnetd ...".
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Hi Frostschutz,

Thank you for the advice. I looked on OpenInkPot and am not sure exactly where and how to put heechul.sh.

Should I put the following code:
Code:
#!/bin/sh

# consider *.sh on the SD card
for f in /mnt/SDFAT/scripts/*.sh
do
    # rename the script to .done
    mv "$f" "$f".done
    sync

    # run the script once
    . "$f".done 2> "$f".error > "$f".output
done
into a file called heechul.sh?

Should I just put into the root of the internal storage via USB, or via storyeb07.hex?

I don't want to mess this up and the instructions were not completely clear on openinkpot.

UPDATE: I got it to work by puttin git in the root when I plug in the USB. Thanks.


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Hi Frostschutz,

Thank you so much for the tip. I put a url in your webportal mod to a cgi-bin that is "ln -s" into the SD card, which executes busybox telnetd.

Now I can have on-demand telnetd, instead of something that always starts with the webportal or execute on boot via heechul.sh.

BTW, if I change the password via passwd, will telnetd still work with password?

Thanks,
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As i wanted an easy way to handle my emails I modified the webportal to work like a basic html interface for gmail (better than nothing!). The standard interface is way too big.

I added the lines:

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<p><a style="text-decoration: none;" href="https://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=html">Gmail html</a></p>
<p><a style="text-decoration: none;" href="https://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=mobile">Gmail mobile</a></p>

You have to login before getting the interface, so be warned if it doesn't run smootly from the start.

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